Please remember that the University redemption center will be closed from July 2 thru July 5 for the Moiliili festival. our location will re-open at 9 am on July 6th in it's usual location. Please visit, and support this community festival. For more information on this festival, please check out http://www.moiliilisummerfest.com/
due to Rail and condo construction in Kakaako, we have lost our lease for our location on the corner of Halekauwila and Keawe streets. Our closest locations are either the Waikiki (1705 Kalakaua Ave) or Aala St. (254 N. Beretania St.) locations. Both of these are open 7 days a week from 9 to 5, closed for lunch from 12 to 1:30.
State certified, and Always ready to redeem your HI-5 beverage containers (Aluminum Cans, Steel and Bi-metal cans, Plastic bottles, and glass bottles) and buy your scrap Aluminum, brass, copper, and
Reynolds Recycling is a locally owned company that has been serving Hawaii’s people for over 34 years. In that time, we have paid out over $215 million to Hawaii residents for their recyclables, of which over $3 million has gone directly to our schools to fund important programs and projects.
With 34 convenient locations on Oahu, Maui, Kauai, and the Big Island, Reynolds is Hawaii’s largest beverage container recycler, and we are continuing to expand our operations to promote convenient redemption services in more neighborhoods.
Our goal is to make recycling a way of life for Hawaii’s people. As a service to our customers, we have a full range of recycling options available. In addition to our Redemption Centers located statewide, we also have reverse vending machines in select locations and a number of facilities are prepared to accept commercial recyclables and scrap metal. For a complete listing of our locations and hours of operations, click here.
Each year since 2005, Reynolds Recycling has recycled enough used beverage containers, and scrap metal to extend the life of our municipal landfill by one month.
As a leader in recycling, Reynolds is committed to protecting Hawaii’s future by recycling today for generations to come.